Are you passionate about cancer care and have experience of working and caring for those who have received chemotherapy in either an oncology or haematology setting.
The Haematology Unit comprises of an 8 bedded inpatient ward and a 9 chair day case treatment area.
Ideally you will have completed a chemotherapy course however this experience is not and essential and applicants with acute / critical care nursing skills or those with easily transferable skills would be welcomed.
You will experience caring for patients who have received intensive chemotherapy to manage a range of Haematological cancers therefore this would ideally suit an individual who wishes to build on their acutely unwell adult skills, develop skills in drug / disease symptom management and palliative care.
There is a commitment to the personal and professional development of the entire team. You will be allocated a team leader to work within and will be given regular feedback and support to aid in your development.
The Unit was awarded SCAPE in January 2012 and maintained the status since. We want team members who are open to change and have a desire to constantly improve the patient experience.
Your nursing skills will reflect a range of clinical skills and you must be willing to undertake any training the management deemed necessary.
Due to the nature of the post it would not be suitable for newly qualified staff.
In line with the Trust’s Single Equality Scheme we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, gender identity, sexual preference, disability, nationality, religion, marital status, social back ground or trade union membership.
This advert closes on Tuesday 23 Jun 2020
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